'Amos' can also refer to...

Amanda Amos


Amos ’n’ Andy

Amos Arieli

Amos Burn (1848—1925) chess player

Amos Doolittle (1754—1832)

Amos Eaton (1776—1842)

Amos Fortune (1710—1801)

Amos Garrett (b. 1941)

Amos Green (1735—1807) fruit and landscape painter

Amos Kendall (1789—1869)

Amos Lee

Amos Milburn (1927—1980)

Amos N. Guiora

Amos Oz (b. 1939)

Amos Philip McMahon (1890—1947)

Amos Sawyer

Amos Simon Cottle (c. 1768—1800) poet and translator

Amos Tutuola (1920—1997) writer

Andrew Amos (1791—1860) jurist

Avner Ben-Amos

Boys For Pele (Tori Amos album)

Dr Amos Ingham (1827—1889)

Emma Amos (b. 1938)

From The Choirgirl Hotel (Tori Amos album)

George Amos Dorsey (1868—1931)

Henry Brown Amos (1869—1946) campaigner against field sports

John Amos Comenius (1592—1670) theologian and educationist

Little Earthquakes (Tori Amos album)


Quick Reference

A Hebrew minor prophet (c.760 bc), a shepherd of Tekoa, near Jerusalem; also, a book of the Bible containing his prophecies.

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